Emery, welcome back to the show.
Emery Smith: Well, thank you, David, and Gaia, for having me again.
David: And Corey, thanks for being here.
Corey Goode: Thank you.
David: So we’re going to get into suppressed technology in this episode, which is a vast subject. And we’re going to focus in to some degree on medical things, but also just beyond that as well.
So we interviewed William Tompkins before his death, and he talked about some very strange stuff.
He felt like if you could live just a few more years that things would come out that would allow you to live much, much, much longer.
Emery: So there’s a medical corporation out there and a spine surgeon who has invented this A2M alpha-2-macroglobulin protein.
And what they did is they get this protein from your blood. It’s in your blood.
And it’s a protease inhibitor, so it stops all inflammation once you concentrate it and inject it into the body, into your joints or whatnot.
What they found out is they were able to regenerate articular cartilage, which is the cartilage that lies under your joint in the bone. So it’s not bone on bone.
David: In the knee, you’re saying?
Emery: Yeah, in the knee. So here’s your knee right here. And then between that, that’s all covered with articular cartilage.
And Corey knows this very well because he’s getting one of these procedures done very soon.
And what happens is that grinds away after a while and tenocytes, which are cells in the articular cartilage, are the hardest thing in the world to regenerate because there’s barely any blood going to it.
So that’s why we have all these knee problems and joint problems.
But by putting this A2M protein in there and reducing the inflammation, it seems to heal itself and regenerate.
Now, I’ve been able to regenerate tissue forever in the mil labs [military laboratories] and in modern day science, but what I was NEVER able to do was to anti-age a cell.
And guess what: one of the side effects they found out of doing this study was that it actually anti-aged tenocytes – THE HARDEST CELL TO EVEN REPLICATE. It anti-aged it!
So what that means for us is . . . And what this physician is doing is he’s actually going on now and he made a recombinant form of it, which means they have a synthetic form of the exact same molecular structure of the actual protein in your body.
So this is going to be off the shelf. So instead of buying like aspirin to get rid of your headache, you’re going to reach up and get some A2M.
Or you’re going to get this . . . Instead of taking human growth hormone and all these replacement therapies, you’re going to be taking A2M.
And that’s going to help systemically anti-age other cells. Because if I can anti-age a tenocyte, the hardest cell in the world, then there’s no problem of anti-aging all the other cells, [which] is what I’m getting at.
Corey: Well, how are you judging the age of a cell?
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